Life changing advice by Quotes – Series… 5

Upgrade yourself regularly, else you will get uninstalled.

Be like a mirror, every rub will polish you more and you will shine.

Successful failure is better than a failed success.

Be there for others, but never leave yourself behind.

Always Smile, You don’t own all the problems of the World.

Be modest a lot was accomplished before you were born.

Keep focus on yourself, until focus is on you.

Until you learn a lesson in life, it will get repeated.

I am working on myself, by myself, for myself.

You need to make peace with your past else it will keep reflecting in your present.

Your life is your message to the world. Make sure it’s inspiring.

Earlier part of this series:

Life changing advice by Quotes – Series… 4

Life changing advice by Quotes – Series… 3

Life changing advice by Quotes – Series… 2

Life changing advice by Quotes – Series… 1

Author: Manish Malu

By profession I am a Chartered Accountant, working in MNC. Book Reading is my passion, I normally read Books related to Self-development, Motivation, Leadership, Spirituality etc and reads blogs and watch Videos on these topics. The sprit to share the learned knowledge, brought me here so that I can write blogs and inspire myself and others with my work.

6 thoughts on “Life changing advice by Quotes – Series… 5”

  1. As I told you before, Manish, I like your blog, and I agree with everything you have written.
    Perhaps, you would like my blog; the scientific series, or the current series on the best books in the world. The first part of the last series is about Indian Nobel Prize winner, R Tagore.

    Joanna

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